We at the Mill Christian Fellowship support the work of missionary ministry for the furtherance of the gospel locally and throughout all the world.
Organizations We Support
Helping local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to bring the gospel to unreached people groups around the world.
North American Mission Board Canada
NAMB Canada helps existing churches to become ‘Sending Churches’. We help them see the need for new churches, train and equip them to plant new ones, connect them with a larger network of like-minded churches, and possibly help fund their new church
International Mission Board
To serve the Canadian National Baptist Convention in carrying out the Great Commission and making disciples of all nations.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ.
The Compass Food Bank & Outreach Centre
The Compass was founded by a group of local Christian Churches in 2002 and remains the foundation of what they do today. They provide a safe and welcoming place for people to come to for help. We offer immediate assistance with food, then work with clients offering practical and spiritual support to the challenges that often come along with a low income.
Missionaries we support
Martin and Ruth Ghent
While raising four children, they planted Itayanagi church (Now, Tsugaru Gospel Church) and had responsibility for Kanagi Chapel as well. They are presently living and working in South Hirosaki planting Hirosaki Nozomi Christ Church.
Doug is an associate representative of Ethnos Canada, an organization that helps bring the gospel to unreached people groups around the world.
Apollo and Lois Midigo
Apollo and Lois Midigo are involved in coaching the Communaute Baptiste Du Congo (CBCO), a church association in the D.R. Congo. This involves the development and completion of a structure that will see these churches begin to send out their own mission personnel.